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How To Test a Ford Mustang IAT Sensor

Otherwise known as the Intake Air Temperature sensor, your Ford Mustang IAT Sensor is located in your intake piping. This unit is a two...

What is Engine Knock

Engine knock is also known as pre-ignition or detonation. There's several common reasons what cause knock in your engine. When your engine is running,...

How To Maintain Your Transmission

The transmission is a complicated and expensive part of your driveline, and it's essential that your transmission is in top operating condition wherever you...

How To Test a Honda Odyssey MAF Sensor

When your Odyssey MAF Sensor is having a problem, your 3.5 liter VTEC engine will begin to run poorly. When you start your engine,...

How To Test a Chevy Blazer MAP Sensor

Your Chevy Blazer utilizes either a Throttle Body Injection or Central Port Injection EFI system, depending on the year. The Chevy Blazer MAP sensor is a...

How To Test a Ford Explorer TPS Sensor

Mounted to your throttle body the Ford Explorer TPS Sensor reads the amount your throttle blade is open. It transmits this information to your...

How To Test a Honda Accord Alternator

There's quite a few things that can go wrong when it comes to your alternator, from battery failure to sluggish performance. This is why...

How To Test a Chevy Cavalier MAP Sensor

The Chevy Cavalier MAP Sensor is a barometric pressure sensor that's designed to deliver information about the air coming into your engine. This MAP sensor...